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Community Futures to host town hall on climate change, income security, and community resilience Jan. 26

Community Futures North Central Development is hosting a community conversation on climate change and its links to income security and community resiliency.

 

Michelle Pruder, a business economic officer with the organization, explains the session will be two and half hours that focuses on how communities can adapt to climate change while still maintaining or building economic security.

 

She adds these topics are top of mind for board members and partner communities, citing wild fires, hotter summers, and winter roads.

 

Pruder encourages all northerners to consider attending the session, as they want to hear different perspectives on these topics.

 

The community conversation, which is hosted in partnership with The Green Resilience Project, will be held Jan. 26from 6 to 8:30 p.m, and is open to all northerners.

 

To sign up or learn more, call 204-677-1490.

 

Catch Thompson Today at 12:40 and 5:10 for the full interview.

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